1784


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In Northern England:

1784: Lort Burn, a stream running through the centre of Newcastle, fully culverted and covered.

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004092:Newcastle during a severe frost Unknown 1784

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Select fables; with cuts, designed and engraved by Thomas and John Bewick, and others, previous to the year 1784
- together with a memoir; and a descriptive catalogue of the works of Messrs. Bewick Published 1820. Digitised and available as a free Google eBook.

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from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
065188:Blackfriars Friary Newcastle upon Tyne Hooper S. 1784

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United Reformed Church, Wooler
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United Reformed Church, Wooler
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Great Frost of 1784
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Great Frost of 1784
- From late 1783 to 1786 the atmosphere was heavily polluted by volcanic activity in Iceland. This led to loss of lives and adverse health effects due to toxic gases and ...
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Ouseburn Bridge by Thomas Miles Richardson
- "Ouseburn Bridge, near Newcastle, built by the Newcastle and North Shields Railway in the 1830s using laminated timber arches on masonry piers, similar to the Wiebeking system used in Paris ...

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Thomas Miles Richardson Snr (1784–1848)
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Thomas Miles Richardson Snr (1784–1848)
- Overview About Thomas Miles Richardson Thomas Miles Richardson (1784&ndash;1848) was a landscape painter. He was born in Newcastle on the 15th of May 1784. His father, George Richardson (d. 1806) ...
Church of St Cuthbert, Dufton
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Church of St Cuthbert, Dufton
- Overview About St Cuthbert's church Map Street View St Cuthbert's Church is located on high ground, in between Dufton and Knock in Cumbria. The church's history dates back to medieval ...

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